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Risky Business Sees Geraint Grab Second Place On Giro d'Italia

Geraint Thomas saw his risky approach pay off as he regained second place at the Giro d'Italia following the individual time trial.

Joe Cordina Ready For Riyadh Title Defence And Confident He Will Deal With Anthony Cacace

Joe Cordina boxing
Joe Cordina is in confident mood as he prepares to make a second defence of his IBF super-featherweight crown in Saudi Arabia on Saturday night against Belfast’s IBO world champion, Anthony Cacace. Cordina - already Wales’ most successful boxer since the days of Joe Calzaghe - knows he will have the eyes of the world upon him as the warm-up act in Riyadh for Tyson Fury’s monumental undisputed heavyweight title clash against Oleksandr Usyk.

Dewi Lake Keen To Dive Straight Back In For Ospreys And Wales

Dewi Lake Ospreys
Dewi Lake is aiming to play his part in helping put some joy back into Welsh rugby. It’s been a difficult season for the game in Wales with the Test team suffering a Six Nations whitewash and three of the regions lying in the bottom four of the BKT URC table.

Wembley Calling For Five Welsh Players As Season Comes To The Boil

David Brooks
Four Welsh players are heading to Wembley and there could be a fifth by around 10pm on Friday night. Leeds United’s quartet of Ethan Ampadu, Joe Rodon, Dan James and Connor Roberts are all into the Championship play-off final after their 4-0 demolition of Norwich City. “Towards the end of the season, there was a lot of talk about how we were playing; how we weren’t on the front foot, how we weren’t aggressive, how we weren’t clinical,” said Ampadu.

Laura Rudland Urges Cardiff Dragons To Rock The House For Final Time

Cardiff Dragons goal attack Laura Rudland has urged her team to provide a memorable farewell to fans at the House of Sport in Cardiff when they host Loughborough Lightning on Saturday. The match is the Dragons’ last at the venue this season, before they switch to the bigger Utilita Arena in the capital for their final two home games. The move is part of the club’s strategy to try and increase their fan base in tandem with changes in the Netball Superleague aimed at growing the sport more broadly.

Gladiator Hollie Smashes Rivals To Land Sixth Successive World Title

Hollie Arnold won a sensational sixth consecutive world title to give Great Britain a golden start at the World Para Athletics Championships Kobe24.

Sophie Ingle Bids to Give Emma Hayes Perfect Chelsea Send Off

Sophie Ingle Chelsea
Sophie Ingle can help provide Emma Hayes with the perfect send off to her spell at Chelsea with a seventh Women's Super League title this weekend. Wales captain Ingle’s team are back in control of the race heading into Hayes’ final game in charge.

Scarlets Bid For Uplift After Season Of Struggle And Farewells

Scarlets rugby
This time 20 years ago, the Scarlets were busy winning what was then the Celtic League and everything in their garden looked, well . . . scarlet. But 2024 appears very different to 2004 and the current side are reaching the end of their season 14th out of 16 teams in the United Rugby Championship.

Ethan Ampadu Insists Leeds United Can Roll All The Way To The Premier League

Ethan Ampadu Leeds United
Ethan Ampadu has insisted he has never lost faith that Leeds United would make it back to the Premier League this season. The Wales star played another key role in guiding Leeds to a powerful 4-0 victory over Norwich City on Thursday night at a pulsating Elland Road.

Welsh Teams Struggling In The Era Of The Ugly Scoreline

It looked like a misprint. But it was true. Gloucester did indeed lose 90-0 away to Northampton. That’s 14 unanswered tries against a club with a proud reputation as representing one of the hotbed areas of English rugby, where regulars in The Shed are renowned for their noisy allegiance.

FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

Fulham Star Neco Williams Can't Wait For World Cup Play-offs. . . And New Plans Could Hand Wales A Big Advantage

By Tom Prosser  Wales defender Neco Williams says he can’t to join up with Wales later this month as it has now been confirmed that their World Cup play-off semi-final against Austria will go ahead as planned. If Rob Page’s men make it through to the final, it is now targeted to... Read More

Wales Hoping For Imminent Clarification Over World Cup Play-off Fixtures . . . As Scotland V Ukraine is Postponed

By Tom Prosser The Football Association of Wales are hoping to receive clarification on Tuesday about when their World Cup play-off fixtures will take place, after it has now been officially confirmed that Scotland’s semi-final against Ukraine has been postponed. FIFA, world football's governing body, had a call with the chief executives... Read More

Do Not Underestimate The Determination Of A Quiet Bald Man. . . Especially When It's Wales And Rob Page

One time wannabe Prime Minister Ian Duncan Smith once famously told a Tory conference: Do not underestimate the determination of the quiet man.   Well, as it turned out, underestimates of his chances of making No.10 proved to be spot on.   But there is another quietly determined bald man who’s making a much... Read More

Wales' Aaron Ramsey Describes The Cardiff City Stadium As "A Special Place To Play". . .As Rob Page's Men Book a Home Play-off Semi-Final

By Paul Jones  Aaron Ramsey stressed the importance of home advantage as Wales booked a World Cup play-off semi-final date in Cardiff  Wales went into their final qualifier against Belgium needing a point to secure a home tie unless Turkey won their last game by four clear goals.  But Turkey could only win... Read More

Wales And Leicester City Goalkeeper Danny Ward Craving World Cup Spot. . .As Rob Page's Men Target Home Play-off Tie

By Graham Thomas Danny Ward will have Wales’ World Cup fate in his hands against the deadliest team in the world on Tuesday night – but can’t think of anywhere he would rather be. The Leicester City goalkeeper will be the last line of defence against Belgium, the No.1 ranked team in... Read More

Wales and Stoke City Midfielder Joe Allen Reveals His "Desperation" To Reach A World Cup Before It's Too Late

By Tom Prosser Joe Allen says Wales “couldn’t be anymore hungrier” to get the job done as his side aim to qualify for their first World Cup since 1958. “The World Cup is the big one and the ultimately every player wants to feature in one,” explains Allen, who made his Wales... Read More
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